Project consisted of select demolition of BC Place, Jet Grout Piles, Driven Pile Piles, Bulk / Detailed / Mechanical Excavation complete with Shotcrete and Anchor Shoring system. Total volume of material removed was 160,000 m3 of which approximately 45,000 m3 was contaminated. Schedule was a major factor on this project and Hall Constructors was able to deliver the excavation 2 months ahead of schedule.
The contract for this project involved utility relocation, as well as excavation and shoring for Phase 2 of Wall Financial's Central Park project. First, Hall Constructors relocated 110 meters of 1350 diameter storm pipe and 110 meters of 750 diameter sanitary pipe which are both owned by Metro Vancouver. Once those utilities were moved off of the property, Hall completed the 43,000 m3 excavation by using a combination of secant piles and conventional shotcrete to shore the dig. This project also included installation of BC Hydro, Telus and storm/sanitary services for both phases of the development.
Project consisted of site preparation works to allow for the installation of 354 - 1 metre diameter Secant Piles to an average depth of 17 metres below existing grade.
Project consisted of the Bulk/Detailed Excavation of approximately 17,000 m3 for the East and West Head House structures. The excavation was supported by a shoring design consisting of pipe piles, fiberglass anchors, IBO Anchors and Secant Piles. Once these excavations were completed, we completed a 8,000 m3 excavation in 48 hours to facilitate the pushing of the Box Tunnel followed by the rebuilding of the roadway in 24 hours.
Construction started in July 2011 with the aim being to prepare a proposed site at Pipeline Road and David Avenue in Port Coquitlam for construction of a multi-story apartment complex complete with 3 levels of parkade. Preparation of the site involved pile driving, shotcrete and anchoring, bulk excavation, detail excavation and rock removal. A large portion of the work was bulk excavation with 60,000 cubic metres removed from site. Project completion was February 2012.
This 65,000 m3 excavation and shoring project was completed for Centreville Construction in late 2016 and early 2017 to assist in the construction of 3 high rise apartments near the Canada Line. It consisted of 42 steel piles, 20,000 lineal feet of soil anchors, and 38,000 square feet of shotcrete shoring. The biggest challenge on this job was dealing with the large amount of rain and snow encountered throughout the fall and winter.
This project includes secant pile drilling and bulk excavation of 24,000 m3 of material for Townline Construction. The poor soil conditions at the footing level require a raft slab foundation.
This 40,000 m3 excavation and shoring project made wade way for a high-rise residential tower in Burnaby’s Brentwood neighborhood, which was managed by Marcon Construction. Under approval from Environment Canada, Hall Constructors implemented ocean disposal of the clean, excavated material, as this is the most effective and economical option for the Owner.
Hall Constructors completed this 43,000 m3 excavation and shoring project for Mondiale Development in 2013. The site was located on the historical ocean shoreline and had previously been infilled with contaminated material. Hall worked with the Owner and Environmental Consultant to send all contaminants to appropriate remediation facilities, then obtained approval from Environment Canada to dispose of the clean, native material via ocean dumping.